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scurry

Horse racing a short race or sprint
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SATURDAY's Scurry semis - first: 1 Trapstyle Jet, 2 Roxholme Hat, 3 Tromora Sonic, 4 Black Sea, 5 Affane Party, 6 Some Vision (w).
Scurry, who works in medical research, dialed 911 for help.
The victim did not understand what Scurry said to him as he was not fluent in English.
With the squirrels arranged in an arc against a backdrop of trees and shrubs, Scurry is an impressive sight.
The court heard how Scurry, of Lincoln Street, Garston, was "terrified" of the prospect of being put behind bars.
The Hilltoppers kept the lead the rest of the half despite sensational shooting by Scurry, who scored 16 points, many on tough, pull-up jumpers.
The thrilling spectacle of scurry driving was first recorded in the United States in the 1950s before coming to the UK and Europe in the 1960s where it has become ever more popular with a number of British drivers taking the top places in the European championships.
Chris Alsopp's latest prestige success came in the Scurry Gold Cup at Belle Vue on Thursday night with Drumcove Lad.
Guests can't have failed to have been impressed by the plush decor, exotically-unifor med staff and dancers and the sumptuous fare on offer - not least the cross between Scouse and curry, Scurry.
The catchy rhymes ('scurry scurry ants hurry'/'squirm squiggle grubs wiggle') will help children remember the different animals.
Chris Rawlins, managing director of demolition and remediation specialists Code, has a lifelong passion for horses and today two teams part-owned by him and sponsored by his company will be competing in the scurry racing.
The only players missing from last year's World Cup squad: veteran goalkeeper Brianna Scurry, who was dropped; all-time appearance leader Kristin Lilly, who is pregnant; defender Cat Whitehill and influential midfielder Leslie Osborne, who are both injured; and fringe players Marian Dalmy, Tina Ellertson and Marci Jobson.